While the spackle was drying on the Hawkins Class hull plug I did a bit of work on HMS Cumberland, filling the scores in the deck from my attempt to scribe planks on it 20 years ago. Tamiya modelling putty worked well and the deck is now smooth. This being one of my first fiberglass decks I hadn't used enough gelcoat for effective plank scribing - the blade kept hitting the underlying hard resin and skipping. Fortunately I'd marked less than a fifth of the deck before selling it in 1998. I went through my stock of motors and found some new Mabuchi 380s to replace the old motors. A Camurati pump is ready to install as are brass servo mounts with the throttle and gun controls. Those are modular and can be switched between ships - they were originally in HMS Hood. Ralph Coles dropped buy to get some motors for his Mogami. He's not taking any new hull orders until Mogami's nearly ready for trials (early October?). The mold for the Hawkins Class heavy cruisers should be done in early September; I expect to have a hull to work on shortly thereafter, but also have to resume work on the Russian light cruiser Krasni Krim (aka Profintern), which is ready to have the prop shafts and motors installed.